…photography, food and musings of our travels
This past summer we’ve had some of the most wonderful misty mornings. The fog so heavy that the air didn’t clear until lunch time. It was so amazing to watch!
The fog would then clear to reveal the brightest of summer days. At which point I would head down to my Creative Cave to avoid the sun’s glare and the headache that would ensue. Life’s Yin and Yang.
Having read a blog post a couple of days ago by Emily Carter Mitchell – Nature & Wildlife Photography regarding the various apps she was currently using for editing her phone photos, within moments I’d downloaded them also.😂
Thank you Emily – as you can see, DistressFX is already a firm favourite!
It became quite the waiting game over the summer to see how many days this withering flower and leaf caught in a spider’s web would last out on our deck. It lasted long enough for me to forget!
Waiting is this week’s Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge.
This barge of rusty delights has been in our harbour all summer as work is being carried out on the nearby ferry pier. A rusty structure of rusting pieces to construct yet another structure.
Structure is this week’s Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge.
No matter where in the world you go, if there’s a large expanse of concrete that is accessible by an individual with a spray-can, it is soon covered with graffiti.
Sometimes they can be quite artistic, and sometimes sadly it’s just a wish-mash like these!
This pink flower that was amongst my mother’s day bouquet had the most petals I have EVER seen on a flower.
The mind-boggling part was that there were still more petals near the centre that had yet to release!